The old bridge in Turkey disappeared for unknown reasons and left no trace, sparking much speculation from the villagers.
Stone bridge 300 years across the stream in Arslanca.(Photo: Twitter).
The villagers in Arslanca commune in the East Black Sea found a pillar, the only remaining trace of a 5-meter stone bridge across the stream that flowed through the area for three centuries, according to Sputnik News. According to reports, the bridge is still in place on October 1, but 5 days later, the building disappears almost leaving no trace.
The bridge disappeared puzzled after only a week.(Photo: Twitter).
Local people often use bridges to lead cattle through streams. Some people believe that the bridge is destroyed due to natural causes, such as heavy rain that collapses the bridge. Many people have doubts about people sabotaging because the authorities have not found stone bridges falling on the spot or downstream of the stream. Local police are investigating the incident.
"The bridge is 300 years old. The villagers go to the plateau to use this bridge to guide cattle when the water level rises. There must be people beating the bridge to find money and treasure," said a villager in the village. guess.